Alliance Tire Group (ATG), a leading
name in the global off-highway tyre business, has launched its very first radial
OTR range, specially made to keep pace with the challenging needs of
ATG is a fully owned
subsidiary of The Yokohama Rubber Co. Ltd., Japan. ATG is based in Japan and it
owns three world-renowned brands – Alliance, Galaxy and Primex. ATG has a
presence in over 120 countries across 6 continents and has 3 manufacturing
facilities, one in Hadera at Israel and two facilities in India one in
Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu and another in Dahej, Gujarat. ATG has world-class R&D centres in Israel
The new range of tyres is
designed for loaders, graders and dump trucks.The new radial OTR range will
have features like sturdy construction with customised tread designs, stability
and optimal traction, minimum heat build-up, strong carcass protection and
superior cut resistance and excellent durability and reduced downtime.
An ATG representative noted
that “Job-sites are maturing and becoming more challenging, leading to a change
in the type of equipment being used, kind of material being handled, the
surfaces of work. The Galaxy range is
specially designed to keep pace with these changing needs and help machines to
perform at their full capacities without delays or downtime. Special tread
compounds facilitate smooth functioning for longer cycles..’’
The pattern of Galaxy radial OTR tyre:
• HTSR 400 E4/L4
• LDSR 300 E3/L3
• MGSR 200 G2
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